Death grants Peter's wish to go back in time to 1984 when he was 18, but only for one night. He end up bailing on a date with Lois to hang out with a movie actress. When he returns to the ... See full summary »

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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Marvin Astley (voice)
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Molly Ringwald (voice) (as Alex Breckenridge)
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Death grants Peter's wish to go back in time to 1984 when he was 18, but only for one night. He end up bailing on a date with Lois to hang out with a movie actress. When he returns to the present, he soon realizes that everything is but normal, as he is now married to the former actress, and Lois is with Quagmire. Written by freddyjasonmyer

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Animation | Comedy

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20 May 2007 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

During the dinner with Quagmire in the alternate present time line, Lois references Mad TV. Alex Borstein, who voices Lois, was a regular on Mad TV for years. See more »

Goofs

In season 3 episode 6 "Death Lives", Peter meets Quagmire for the first time on a navy vessel. In this episode, however, when Peter goes back in time to when he is 18, Quagmire and him are at the same country club ball. Furthermore, in season 7 episode 10 "Fox-y Lady", Quagmire's drivers license says he is 61 years old, meaning him, Peter, and Lois would never have been the same age at the country club ball at the same time. See more »

Quotes

Marvin: [on the phone] Hey Rick, it's Marvin. Your cousin, Marvin Astley. Remember that mediocre, generic sound you were looking for? Well, listen to this!
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Crazy Credits

An eighties synth-pop instrumental version of the opening theme song plays over the end credits. See more »

Connections

References Beverly Hills Cop (1984) See more »

Soundtracks

Earth Angel
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Written by Curtis Williams, Jesse Belvin and Gaynel Hodge
Performed by Luke Adams
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This 80's episode was awesome!!!!!!!
12 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Seth, this was a great episode. Keep using your talents and doing what you are doing! You are obviously showing your viewers what they want to see. I TIVOed this episode and saved it for my husband to see who (of course) loved it. Seth McFarland pushes the limits of T.V. and makes everyone bust out laughing unexpectedly. I loved the Ms. Pac-Man, Beverly Hills Cop, and the chalkboard part of this episode. Frankly, I loved ALL of it. I don't consider this episode as a "rip-off" of some of the 80's movies. You are making a parody of the 80's movies. Not only that; you go one step further to make it HILARIOUS! If you are a child of the 80's, YOU WILL LOVE THIS EPISODE! Keep up the great work!


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